Quality Hotel Gateway
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Well it was the last night in Tassie, and what a beautiful memorable place this has been. It is rugged and the scenery and wildlife spectacular. It is hard to pick a favourite spot here as they are all very different and special in their own right. This place is a 'Must Do' and a month should cover it all quite comfortably. Today, Alasdair & myself fitted the ...
It's funny waking up this morning. The body clock got me up early (6am, I can practically call that a sleep in now) but with the Safari officially over the mood is a little more subdued at breakfast. I am not sure if everyone is physically exhausted or has resigned to the fact that another Safari is done and dusted.
The arches of my feet are pretty sore from standing on the pegs for long periods and I think my walking style has been adopted from a ...
Our plane touched down. It felt no different to any other plane landing in terms of technicalities, but this time there was people waiting for me on the other side of those doors. I can't really describe the feeling, though it was brief, of anticipation.. waiting for the flight attendants to let us off. I remember walking through the door of the terminal, and seeing my twelve year ...
... the temperature went straight down ... brrr cold. The campsite was in the national parc and quite simple. Katharina used all her convincing power with the lady at the receiption, so we got a key to a nice warm place with a nice gas fire place. We enjoyed the great place prepared our dinner, dried all clothes and took our time (thanks again to the receiption lady...) Well pre-heated we went back into the cold car and jumped into our bed with blankets, sleeping bag, etc. ...
We did no more that day just back to caravan park for a shower ,food and a sit with a cup of tea.
On our way out of Launceston we stop at the Tamar river conservation area and Tamar river island wetlands. This has 3.2km of walking tracks through wetlands out to the island and back. The Tamar estuary is one of the largest in Australia at 70km, it is tidal all through with a range of 3 metres. Most of ...